Marsh Cup 2022 Live Telecast Channel: The SportsRush brings you the times and live streaming details of the Marsh Cup 2022.
Just weeks after the start of the international season, Australia’s 2022-23 domestic season has kicked off as Victoria host New South Wales in the first game of The Marsh Cup at Junction Oval today. However, a close encounter has currently been abandoned due to poor Melbourne lighting.
While New South Wales were runners-up in The Marsh Cup 2021-22, completed earlier this year, Victoria was bottom of the points table.
After the season opener, Victoria host defending champions Western Australia at the same venue on Sunday. From Monday, the remaining three teams in Queensland, South Australia and Tasmania will first take part in the Brisbane leg.
As in previous years, the 2022-23 Marsh Cup will face its fair share of delays to accommodate other tournaments. As a result, the final of the tournament is not scheduled to be played until March 8, 2023.
Marsh Cup 2022 Live TV Channel in India and Australia
Similar to last season, Marsh Cup 2022-23 has no TV platforms for Indian audience. However, Indian fans can stream the tournament on the Fan Code streaming platform for a nominal price.
Indian fans who want to buy a pass for Marsh Cup 2022-23 need to pay 19 INR on FanCode website or mobile application. Readers need to note that there is no discount, nor is there an option to buy a pass just for the first game. Also, FanCode will only stream selected games this season.
As befits locals, Australian fans have multiple options to see their first One Day Domestic Cup. While Foxtel will only televise a select 13 matches from the tournament, cricket.com.au, the CA Live app and Kayo Sports will stream all of this season’s matches for people living in Australia.
Known for their active social media profiles, fans should follow CA (Cricket Australia) across all social media platforms for selected highlights from The Marsh Cup.
date – 09/23/2022 (Friday) – 03/08/2023 (Wednesday).
TV channel – Not available (India) and Foxtel* (Australia).
online platform – cricket.com.au, CA Live App and Kayo Sports (Australia) and FanCode* (India).
* – Selected matches only.